9 thoughts on “Something for the Weekend

  1. Hahahaha, I laugh as I remove myself from watching this very thing happen before my eyes. Twitter and Fridays is a crazy mix.

    Hope you are well and enjoyed this Friday. I just spent a glorious few hours enjoying a cool day, lunch, and a few hours in a used book store. Mah-velous.

    Chania Girl´s last blog post..The Traveler: A Contemporary Folk Tale

  2. That is sooooo my husband. He has this freaky thing on his computer that will sound like a violent thunder crack out of nowhere. It’s supposedly there to tell him there is a change in the weather, but it freaks me out when I am sitting quietly, then SMACK!

    Randi´s last blog post..Internet Explorer Problems

  3. Thank you, Janice, for this revelatory mirror ~ and your use of humor! Humor has been one of my vital life companions, both balm and stimulant.

    Perhaps you and others will enjoy: “Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds. A sense of humor is just common sense, dancing,” from William James.

  4. Just an hour ago I heard a little thunder whilst here tapping away at these keys so went right to my weather site and it was confirmed with big bands of orange and yellow approaching.

    What a weird world. But wonderful. A wonderful world.

    Jannie Funster´s last blog post..Another chance!

  5. Thank you for making me laugh! I love it! 🙂

    One of my friends is a teacher and she is amazed at how young people today have no idea what it is like to go outside play or to even know how to use a dictionary. I remember being in school having to learn the Dewey decimal system when going to the library. Now the same exact library is computerized and information can be found in an instant. The joys of technology! 🙂

    Nadia – Happy Lotus´s last blog post..Happy News (June 7, 2009)

  6. Thanks Nadia, CG, Randi and Connie. I’m glad it lightened your busy working days a wee bit. ‘Chania Girl’, Iknow you’ve had a tough week; I hope that lovely day you had charged your batteries.

    I’m sorry I didn’t reply as the comments came in – but I was logged off! 😉 The longer I spent away from the computer, shopping, eating out, gardening, doing laundry then clearing out clutter hotspots at home and laughing with the kids in the evening watching an old DVD, the more I realised I have to stay logged off for as long as possible at weekends to recharge my batteries. I’m definitely well on my way to blogging addiction. I have that card pinned on the wall above the main computer, which is in a large windowless cupboard.

    I’ll check out your link after I post this comment, Connie. I loved that quote about common sense and a sense of humour.

  7. @Jannie,
    Sorry, I missed that you were ‘awaiting moderation’. Great to see you over here!
    @Positively Present,
    Yours slipped past too; sorry. I must be more careful.

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